Run Mikey, Run!

Bloomberg running as a Democrat in 2020?

Good!

Perhaps, he’ll split any “moderate” vote and enable a radical like Kamala Harris to win the nomination.

Perhaps along the way, one way or another, he’ll highlight the divisions in his party. Will the Dems. hide the anti-Semitism that he’ll face or will that alienate Jews and moderates?

If he wins the nomination, he’ll energize our base, while likely not energizing the radical leftist base.

Are there any Trump 2016 states where Bloomberg might have a 2020 advantage that another Dem. would not?

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3 thoughts on “Run Mikey, Run!”

  1. We’ll see. He wanted to run before but his army of paid researchers told him he wasn’t going to win, so he didn’t.

    What’s changed? Nothing.

    Anyone with a hint of sanity should realize he has zero chance of winning as a Republican anywhere outside NYC, where he was able to win office as such because there is no actual GOP nearby. But if he couldn’t beat the people who actually won the demonrat nomination in ages past like Hillary Satan or Barry Obama why would he think he could win in the new crazytime party looking to run someone like Kamala Harris or Cory Booker? What can he offer the mobs of nutters chasing people out of restaurants and threatening to kill Rand Paul’s family?

    Nothing. Zero. Zilch. Nada. This is an important problem for his incipient candidacy.

    Option one. We get that magical blue wave next month that leftists are slavering for so they can start killing their hated American enemies. Assuming we still have elections in 2020 why would the victorious left pick Bloomberg when they can have Kamala Harris? They won’t.

    Option two. We get no blue wave and the GOP holds the House and more. Assuming we still have elections in 2020 why would the defeated left pick Bloomberg when they can have Kamala Harris? They won’t.

    Key problem for Michael Bloomberg: His potential set of voters are deranged hate-filled idiots who know nothing and understand less. He isn’t going to scratch any itch they actually have, so they aren’t going to vote for him.

    I’m sure Bloomberg’s army of researchers will tell him that.

    Again, I mean.

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  2. Back where he belongs, but without a snowball’s chance in hell against true-believing socialists in a Dem primary.

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